Tuesday morning was all nødetater and the police bombegruppe out to the University of Oslo (UiO) after it was discovered a suspicious letter with white powder and longer texts.
The press contact Hege Svanes informed to the Newspaper that the letter was received on budsentralen in Lucy Smith's house at the Blindern campus, and According to police, five employees exposed to the substance that was considered as potentially hazardous.Letters with white powder sent to the University of Oslo
Around at 13.15 was the letter carried away by the bombegruppa for further analysis. The powder turned out later to be harmless dust a byproduct of stone and metal. But the text that was enclosed in the same package, however, should have contained threats.
- We find that the letter allegedly containing threats. We take this seriously and investigating the case further, " says head of department Rune Shield by economy and spesialetterforskning in the Oslo police to the newspaper Dagbladet Thursday.Foreign shipper
The suspicious letter was sent to the university via regular mail from abroad. The police are now working to translate the text that was enclosed to be able to decipher the message better.
the Letter comes from abroad and we have sent a ticket has been successfully created to the appropriate country to get the information, as well as tracked down the sender, " says Shields.
the Package was placed in an isolated room where the police bombegruppe Tuesday initiated investigations. After a while the package and the entire contents are transported away in a transparent container to the Norwegian Defence research establishment, who spent the entire Tuesday afternoon and evening in the analyses.
Police do not want to comment on the contents of the seizure, or what is in the letter.
Which country was the letter sent from?
the Letter comes from the north of Europe. It is the only thing I can say at the present time as a result of an ongoing investigation.Investigator name
the Sender will also have left a name in the provided texts. This examines the police as the perpetrator.
- the Sender left a name and we assume that this is the person who has sent the letter. Fabric letter contained was not hazardous, but we take all potential threats seriously , he says.
- What consequences can this have for this person?
- It is a consideration we must take along the way in the investigation. Currently, we know little, " says Shields to the Newspaper.WOODS OUT : All nødetater dispatched to the University in Oslo Tuesday this week, when it was discovered a suspicious letter that contained white powder. Video: Lars Eivind Bones Show more Show more Show more